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Lenny Kravitz Designed a $24K Leica with Faux Python Skin

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Leica and rock star Lenny Kravitz have teamed up to unveil a new limited edition Leica M Monochrom. Called the “Drifter” Set, the new Kravitz-designed camera features faux python skin. “The striking special edition set celebrates Kravitz’s dedication to visual storytelling and pays homage to his inspired, nomadic lifestyle,” Leica ...

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Canon Will ‘De-Click’ Your RF Lens for $80

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Canon has officially released details of its RF lens Control Ring “Clicking Sound Modification Service.” For $80, Canon will de-click any RF lens to make the Control Ring more suitable for video shooting. “Canon’s control ring’s modification service offers RF lenses and Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R owners the ...

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How to Shoot Pro Portraits on a Budget with Just One Flash

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Shooting professional-quality portraits with artificial lighting doesn’t have to weigh heavily on your bank account. Here’s a 22-minute video in which photographer Sean Tucker shares how to shoot great portraits using a single speedlight and a cheap modifier. “You can absolutely be a natural-light-only photographer and that can be a ...

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NASA Made an Ultimate Photo with 16 Years of Hubble Exposures

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NASA astronomers have created an ultimate stitched panorama of galaxies in the night sky using 7,500 individual photos shot through 16 years’ worth of exposures using the Hubble Space Telescope. It’s called the Hubble Legacy Field. The deep-sky mosaic is a single photo that contains roughly 265,000 galaxies that go ...

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